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PW Productions, Woodward Productions and Gooding Productions present

The Woman in Black

Schools Theatre
Dunstan Playhouse
WIB2001 AFC F1 2560x1280
8 shows
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School Price

$49.00

Equity School Price

$15.00
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School Price

$49.00
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Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$49.00
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Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$49.00
Book now
Bookings required

Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$49.00
Book now
Bookings required

Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$49.00
Book now
Bookings required

Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$49.00
Book now
Bookings required

Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$49.00

Transport subsidies are available for regional and equity schools.

If travel costs prohibit attendance at an Adelaide Festival Centre presented performance or workshop, subsidies are available to eligible schools. Learn more or apply.

After three decades in the West End, The Woman in Black is coming to Australia. 

Starring John Waters (Doctor Doctor, Offspring, Rake) and Daniel MacPherson (Land of Bad, Foundation, Neighbours), this thrilling theatrical exploration of terror is unmissable. 

Susan Hill's acclaimed ghost story comes dramatically alive in Stephen Mallatratt's ingenious stage adaptation - "The most brilliantly effective spine-chiller you will ever encounter" (Daily Telegraph). Robin Herford's gripping production is a brilliantly successful study in atmosphere, illusion and controlled horror. “One of British theatre's biggest - and scariest - hits” (The Guardian).

Britain’s second longest running play after The Mousetrap, The Woman in Black tells the story of a lawyer obsessed with a curse that he believes has been cast over him and his family by the spectre of a Woman in Black. He engages a sceptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story and exorcise the fear that grips his soul. It all begins innocently enough, but then, as they reach further into his darkest memories, they find themselves caught up in a world of eerie marshes and moaning winds.

Don’t miss The Woman in Black, playing for a strictly limited season this May at the Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide.

For schools

Get $49 B Reserve tickets for school groups of 10 or more to The Woman in Black !

One complimentary teacher ticket will be issued for every ten students. To ensure that your booking is processed in a timely manner, please use your school email address when making your booking.

Please note, school group tickets for this event are booked directly through Ticketek. Click 'Book now' to complete the booking form.

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Accessibility
Ages 12 and up
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School Performances

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Performance Location: Dunstan Playhouse

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By foot

From North Terrace, walk to Dunstan Playhouse via the laneway between the Intercontinental Hotel and Adelaide Railway Station. Or, cross the Riverbank Footbridge at Adelaide Oval, heading south. From King William Road, walk along the Walk of Fame to the Riverbank Footbridge.

By bike

The best routes for reaching Adelaide Festival Centre by bicycle include the Torrens Linear Park and cycle paths along all major arterial roads.

By car

A drop off area with two disability access parking spaces is available via Festival Drive. An accessible drop off for visitors with disability is available 45 minutes before performances at the Dunstan Playhouse and Space Theatre. Driving west on Festival Drive, pass the Festival Plaza car park entrance and stay left, driving through the EOS Hotel visitor drop off loop to arrive at the Adelaide Festival Centre access drop off.

The nearest car park is located behind Adelaide Convention Centre on Festival Drive - next to the Riverbank Footbridge. The eastern lift will take you to the promenade level where it's a short walk to the theatre entrance and Walk of Fame. 

Visit the Adelaide Convention Centre website for more information. 

By public transport

Accessible by many forms of public transport. Including trains, buses, the tram (stop at Railway Station) and a free bus service that operates on a loop throughout the city and North Adelaide with stops on the corner of King William Road and North Terrace.

Accessible Seating

Boxes 1 and 4 plus selected seats in row L have removable seats to accommodate patrons who wish to remain seated in their wheelchair or transfer to a theatre seat.

Toilets

Accessible toilets are available at all Adelaide Festival Centre venues.

Assistance Animals

Every theatre and event/function area of Adelaide Festival Centre is assistance animal friendly. 

Audio Assistance

Festival Theatre and Dunstan Playhouse have hearing loop facilities, limited to particular seats in the venues.

Audience members who require hearing assistance are now able to enjoy the show via the Beyerdynamic Hearing System.

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